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Red Riding Hood I
School Shoes i
p or B O y S and Girls
THBRK art' two points of exceptional
merit about Rod Hiding Hood Shoes
—the quality and the natural form tit.
<P«ivv 0 f school day wear -durably made and
have genuine oak flexible welt soles.
===== Shoes that are built to give the feet
every chance for normal development—
just as illustrated in cut.
Sizes BV3 to 2 Every pair is guaranteed—a new pair I,
for any that fails.
$2.5° JOS F SHORB
300-A Market Street
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ir.fl DOCKST * OER : M ACTS OF *
DOOI.EY * Rl'GEl. KFITH
LEAXDER nBCOBDOT* A CO. IYUHI
LICT GIILETTE VODEVIL
*«• A*D MK*. HrGH BKMETT , iow| Plrtur*. I'oo
ROPE verxo* FIREMEN'S PARADE PICTURE
BROTHCTS MARTINS < A- NO IM UKASE -I C„
I V/t. IN I'HICES
A RATO-TOG GOOn SHOW ttIVM.E OF HIM. THt'RM* A \
MAICCTIP WILMER. VINCENT* "=~;
IYIAJLO I 111 & APPELL Mers School Equipment Shipped ,
6 ' D. J>. secretary of the
Tfc A fU* 90 y4| mLi Harrisburg Sc-hoo! Board, has received
Thursday, OOft ZZ| Mil* • Rlgni notice that the furniture for the dome."
AHIHI «« to science laboratory in the Central
EIKI Hp High school was shipped Friday. He has
wl not weived the bill of lading yet an 1
■up MflllMT II 111 P ls un3^'e to ,R v wne ' l 'he course will;
1 Mfc mu UIV I ttlß J bo started. The furniture w«j -"hipped j
l ilk muvnininv f WI „ omna Mu-h
By I<ra B. Parker •
npfMl.li prices Announcements of its appearance
*.««»ee. we «.d aor< Mch«. ,«*. av. ,0 fluently Si to surest that
sor the "seventeen year locust has got
" ~3H?d - n ' ts mal hematics.
Atrto Damaged in Collision With Pas
Sp ia! or respo lidenoe.
Da . >hin. Oet. 20.—Ttie Readier
pussonmfr tra.n. me at !>aujv.u at
10.05 h. in vf«:w iay. ?tr • , an a o
mobile on rne Reading ero-sing wa
le station. The oar «M the
0 upai.:* esispicj; .n.iury.
iw. :» it! i Ha voc Hon"-
were he d in (he Method.st tvt-i.voj-u'
tuur-'a on Saa.iav (vnllg, (ttittrtcd
rhe;. nstor. the Kev. Fran ' < H. ilur
r \. .110 i .. .. aas :: Iv "■
rate I wit i flowers, Cruit au>i vegttablei
'I he Voluntary, Frank Wji-
V.y tun. "Ouw-ar.i Obiiltilo S?oi- •
■ i ongregatiou; prayer, -asior,
\ .e Re.. P. J. Morrow; liynio, '' Saviour
(Uke a gknAtnl Load Oo,*' congrog*-
„ eeti.ijj.-. atuanue De» hat,;.
1 botit Btuigh, Mary M.- arty aad
Ctlyrtle Walter; reeiUtioi," UttM Cw .
( .ly He.'.si." F'. is H. Morrow: \ >
tat doet, 1 Somobbdjr Needs Y0.;." Mrs.
£dilk Bby, Mrs. F. J. S. Morrow; rtvi
tasior.. "Wanted, a Bov. " R.-soll
1 1 I
ydjjfcivery child should
a >' in honor of
America s great inventor.
t o he t innf^7 er ;' boyand gld Should be to] d something of
newZ enlevements of the man who. starting life Is a
!amn h"' V ♦ f world tile incandescent electric
found today in' 8 develo Pment of his great invention ia
J h ° of EDISON MAZDA Lamps they
! i U ' n 6V " ery room of evef y home. They give from
nut nc imes as mu ch light as the old-style carbon lamps with
light rd g c^eapTr o^ht eCtriaty ~ g,Vmg Ught '
" s irjtsss azsr you h ~ w - tz
Harrisburg Light, Heat & Power Co.
Reed: oxer, -»e, " W «he».'' Catharine
Bcughner. Margaret Douglas. Kthel
Shaffer, Margaret Ftte. Flora M.-Cartv.
Margaret SpiSeee. Margaret Garman;
hymn, -tesus. ! Have PriKiiised."
ongregation; exercise. "I'll Reckon
We'll P.:l Tiirough." Mae Williams
and Rcbt»va Ly ter; recitation. "We
Tank Thee." Mary ratharine Gr.mmt
v oca sc o. t'nrharine Pe.'hant; exercise.
"The To'ers." (.Je-irge an 1 William
Feasor a.l Clifford Rissiagert sotig.
■ Phauks."' primary department: piano
solo, t'atharine Dechant: vwal solo. W.
iarvori-h; address, pastor, the Rev.
F. J. S, Morro*; hmui ements and
■rt'ering; chorus. • Rally for Service."
M < F. Bailetts' class; piano solo.
Frank WuKun; exercise. "The Hour
Plenty."' Mary Williams. Rebecca
i.yte■.. Xlary M A arty, Marv Grimm;
recitatioa. "Our Flag." Wilmer Boagh
if . h. uu. 'My Country "T:s of
F'-ioe." congregation: bene li.'tion. ;>as
tvi". The vegetables aul fruit we-e
' to the Mcrho.i st Bpiscopal lios
, ital, P'nila ie.-bta.
Personal Happenings and Events Above
W, st Fa.rview, i), t. 20. —T'ae t'ol
•viug tx'rs" :is motored to Gettysburg
KARRISBURQ STAR-INDEPENDENT, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 20. 19U.
Mrs. George Elisor, Charles Knsor, Mr.
and Mr*. 0. N. Cupples and son.
Vaughn:'Mrs. Rose Rapp, Mr. and Mrs.
I L. B. Raker and daughter. Thurat Mr.
and Mrs. \V. A. Miller, Mr. ami Mrs.
W. T. Smelt rer and Walter aiiH Charles
P. W. Miller made a business trip to
, Middletown on Monday.
Miss Josephine Weaver, who is sick
with the grip, is slightly im roved. :
Mrs. Annie Bender visited her son. ]
Paul, at Enola.
Mrs. William Mann and daughter, j J
Ethel. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, j j
, George Beck.
M iss Florence Carpenter, Janet Bis-!'
singer, Tra Arthur. Karl Oikou and Kd ;
ward Alcorn, of Harrisburg, visited J.
I*. Weaver recent'v.
M iss l.ulla aud Robert Reed, of !
Wormleysbnrg. vis ted George Reed. j
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Stiles and daugh
ter, ljottie. of HarrisliUrg, visited his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Utiles, Man
t.loyd Hatfield spent a few days
hunting in Amberson's Valley and Mie
trophies were two pheasants and twen
Mrs. Sue Martin, for convenience to
her work, has rente! a few rooms in
Harrisburg and moved over to day.
The first quarterly conference for
Grave V. B. church mct last uight aiul i
outlined the work for the new confer- <
ence year. The Rev. f>r. W, H. Wash j
j inger. conference superintended, was
j present and presided.
Stough prayer meetings at W.
Miller's, State road, and Mrs. Sarah i
Lynch's, Third street, tonight.
Infant Daughter of the Rev. Mr. and 1
Mrs. Baer Dies
i Special Correspondence.
Halifax, Oct. 20. —Harry H. Kline,
who had been employed ai Atlantic
• ity, s home visiting his family.
Miss Blanche Chrismer visited rela
tives at Millersburg on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sponsler, of
I.u, know, speut Sunday with friends in
Miss Verlie High spent Sunday at j
, her home in Allen wood.
Mrs. Charles K. KuoufT spent Satur ;
• day with her sister. Mrs. William i
Bordner, at Miilersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. ti. Kred Keim, Mr.
and Mrs. John Westfall and son.
Ueorge. and Miss Helen Westfall. ail '
of Harrisburg. spent Sunday in town j
with their parents. Mr. and Sirs. t!. W. I
Harrison Selt 'er. of Linglestown. |
' visite<l friends in town over Sunday.
Mrs. O. J. Cooper spent Saturday at ;
An infant daughter of the Rev. J..
: O. and Mrs. Bacr. of Matamoras. died!
Sunday morning after a short illness.
Robert Sheuk Taken to Baltimore for
Millerstown. Oct. JU. — Mr. and Mrs
W. S. Snyder and daughter. Helen, of j
Harrisburg. spent Sunday at the home (
, of W. D. Bollinger.
Mrs. Lloyd tJntes. of Tyrone, is vi>
iting her parents. \lr. and Mrs. K. M.
Robert Shenk was taken io a hospital
at Baltimore on Sunday by Dr. M. 1.
Stine for an operation for appendicitis,
i'eter Attig has returned home from j
• a visit in Renovo and Erie.
Mrs. Ijaura t!ar!e: spent Sunday;
with her sister. Mrs. Kd want Rumple,
A delegation from this place attend !
ed the Newport nd Mi!>er*towu lis- i
j trict Sunday vhool convention in New-I
i port on Sundav. , |
Body of John H. Suicide,
Brouglit Here To-day
: Spec-.a'. l"i rresp>. ldeme
Mi! ersiuirg, Oct. 20.—Byron Letfler
and M ss Helen Reese. i>oth of tiii*
| place, were united u marriage on K-i
I day evening at S oVlOck in their newlv j
furnished n me o:i Moore street. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev.
C. W. Kearh, pastor of the Method.s: 1
church, in the presence of a iarge mini
' I'er of guests. Botii the bride and
1 groom are very popular young people
j and a host of friends wish them'much
Henry of Richfield, v isited
ni- age i uncle. Peter Romiek, Saturday
j and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feidt spent
> ;ndav with relatives at Miserville.
Miss Amy Hoke, of tiiis place, spent
Sunday with (riends at Herudon.
Mrs. Kate i ordes sold her household
j goods at public sale on Saturday. j
The Susquehanna football team
p'ayed New Bio infield at the latter;
.i.-p on Saturday. The score was a
A camping party, made up of the
following. «pent Sunday at Bowman's
ottage on Bald Kagle i-iand. Mr. and
Mrs. H M. Vairchields. Misses Fan
Ixing. Bes« Spong. Margaret Ruwe.
Irene Freck, Gladys Kreek. Edythe'
'ong. Pauline Neaglev, Gertrude'
<ha pin. and James Bowman, James I
Frank Harris Johnson. Joe loftier,
'iieim Gilbert. William Altiert ami Wil
! liam Leffler.
Earl Bordner returned on Saturday
I from Philadelphia, where he spent sev
eral days in a hospital, receiving treat
• rnent for hi« eye»
The body of John H. S tes. who com
mitted suinde in a park at Harrisburg.
' was hrought her.- for burial to-day. He
was 34 years of age and is survived bv
uis wife and one son.
Novelty Works on Nine-hour Day. Five
Days a Week
Ibincannon. Oct. 20. —Mrs. Keys, of
West Fairview, is spending some t me
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
, William Kar ley was taken with a
. stroke of apoplexy Friday evening. He
was unconscious fur seieral hours.
Miss L.zette Morrison nas resigned
her position in Harrisburg on account of
The Rev. Wesley Wright has been
appointed pastor of the Church of God
here by the Conference, held at Lancas
ter during the past week.
Misses Sara Swisher, Edythe Mader,
Lena Holfand anil Tirzah Lepperd were
:n attendance at the fair at Hagers
town, Md., during the past week.
Mrs. F. E. Harper spent p&rt of last
week with friends at Mifflin.
Mrs. W. A. Page and daughter, Sara.
• and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fritz spent j
over Sunday with friends at Millers
' Mr. and Mrs. Charles DePugh, of!
: WSSB «J««GSSP-3fcrS[ imp?
Briiijj the boys and girls to JM '°" K "'"'
<ee the wonderful of tovs. finish. *>?-incl» ulnnr edge. Regti
of > f |H ' $2.98 ! 4
at lowest price,. W W Bowman's Fourth Floor.
MARRISBUPSS POPULAR OBMkRTIIKNT STORK 1 J<
► A Sale of Women's Shoes Newest Creation in Silks •
A prominent New Vork manufacturer of women's fine shoes v„, .■,„.. „,„ „ M ..... : _ ~,_ , , . . ~ . „ <
k >• ... , . • r -12 • . • ' hp * " rt 1,11 hert — l,l "I"™ and munv now shades nu<l designs for
' needing motley qmeklvjuud lis 20!> pairs of women s hue patent f«ii n,.,i u,,,».,r «;u ~ . I, , <
, " •, 1 , • ... - , , . i.. i i i rnu ami winter. How man s Silk Department nefds no comment except for
► oolt \aiup button boots with black brocade cloth backs, made on , vhn „ itW , . , . <
, • . » .. | . . , . ~, ' ~ people Who are not acquainted with it. Smart dressers acknowledge the
► t»« ~(>w , 1 romenade last with plain toes and Goodyear welt f „, t . (W iu HnJ 80(> our election. <4l
shoes and leather "Louis Cuban heels, beyond question the
most graceful heels ever put on a shoe. These very fashionable Itlaplr and Qillrc* 1
* shoes are selling in New York City for $4.00. We regard them ' x>Adi ' A dUU V/OlOieU OHaS <
►as cxt*eedini?!v pood value at s3.»>o, but we have marked them * l 00 yard-wtit* ooioreti «atin mw- ( 40.huh binuk mi tin meteor. x v«rd, i\
f , r * »allne»- all the beat shades. \ard. #1 i»s
► 101 t|UU*K eleai anee at 40-iiuh bluok «.'it»pe meteor, beau-
. XX 40-Inch silk crepe de chine—extra tiru ' N"l»h. Yard *t.w» I
an* Jk grade. tele de negre. navy. Russian. 1 10 -inch binok sntln chnrmeuse. ' )
. %L W ft II black, taupe. Copenhagen, prune. Special, yard, gl.nn , ,
_|T% /. _ light blue. pink. Nile, reseda and Aard-wlde black satin mescaline, 1
► %U/ mm • ■ mats. Special, yard, *i..v> extra special values. Yard. .
24-Inch satin niesaaline -extra rtnc ' v,.., Ki? ,, i' U ' <V'J* " n '' ""J® 4
Sizes .to 7 Width. B. 0 and D. VX «7» H* "" ° *
► We advise an early call while the si/.es are complete and we from. Yard, m>. v i ■ c " n ' l * ,: ' o i
arc able to «ive you'a perfect fit and the biggest shoe bargain Yard-wide colored satin inessalliie verv h.sTrmis Yard Tion «d »i wi >
we have been able to ofter for many a day. thirty-five perfect shades u> select Yard-wide hlnck satin imperial,
► The new Klectric Uifts will land you within a few feet of the Shoe Section. j Yard! ■. IVV'... DViltHt beautiful sa " n tlnlsh.
► Third FIoor—BOWMAN'S. j Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S.
: Women's & Children's Underwear i SEAMLESS BED SHEET SA L E
With the advent of cool weather you will naturally think of underwear. These sheets are made liv the t'tica Steam Cotton Mills, Utiea N V
Next the place to buy. We invite your attention to Bowman's Underwear All are perfectly made but soiled or oil stained. One visit to the wash tub
► Department for Women and Children. The quality is the best while the will make them like new, and inanv people do this anvwav before use <
prices will .enisle you to economize. | Labefed "O" for Utiea, H. S. for Mohawk. ' ' j
. S,x9o - I " th «-'tlea Sheets. 3-lnch 81x80-lnch Mohaw'k Sheets, ✓ i
► Women S Underwear hems, sell reaularly every- «7 5 , 3-lneh hems; sell reaularlv n4f i
where at 89c to 95, . / at Ts»c to Sic. Special w
cach'° m<,n ' S 1,1<,a, ■ h, " ,1 Ve,tS—hl?h nMk ' l# "» » le « ,VM - meilil, m weight; j ap^ c /,Vw Casesl ,Nr.'reWularly Pillow Cases, t.V, regularly l»c. * i \
W« men's bleached union suits —fleece lined, fall weight. Suit 50c , rcKulVir'lV eve"}-' ct '* » J2*9o-lnc-h Mohawk Sheets, rr . i ,
► Merode hand silk finished underwear—vests, pants nnd union suits; : where at #1.09 to $1.15. OOC at fi»c Specuf" *' y *
k medium and heavy weight cotton, cotton and wool and silk and wool — Bpectal . j ' 4
Vest and nants ar ."Mir Tsc Ml on St IU mH «i Pillow Cases. ISei regularly line. I Pillow Cases, IRei regularly tile.
Nest ami pants ar -OMC. .OC, JI.IHI, »1 and 81.SO I ti, H and Mohawk Sheeting and Pillow Casing in every width at a -
I nion Suits at sl.tH), st.«.i, 81.50, S..IM> and $'2.50 reduction of 10% to-morrow.
, Women's natural wool vests and pants at ... .. . 75c, *I.OO and $1.50 g heete Rnd p iUow Caseg
► Children's Underwear These Sheets and Pillow Cases are made by standard mills and are 4
under the usual price about 20 to 30 per cent. All are perfect, laundered
► Boys' heavy cotton fleece lined uniou suits, peeler and silver colors, all ready for use. i
.sizes. Suit, .-»Oc '" c A roadie 76x90 seam- mmm 50c TJxS.O-inch Sheets with seam. 4 i
Children's heavy cotton fleece lined vests and pants; bleached. Each. . Sh . e . e,B .\ ' MeadowbroSk!' 3 for" i'l'ooT'' T
25c | I'ases to match at IJtHtc Each . \
► Children's heavy cotton fleece lined union suits, white and peeler color. ' 43 ., g eamed Sheets for dou- t,. p i!, lo , w l#c ' , ,
„ K.ch 50c ble Vde 29C 4£x ' 2 " ,nCh Bo,B,er ' "leaeh- 20c & " :
' Intants' wool wrappers at 25c, S»c and 50c dered ready for use ed; 3-inch hems; regularl\ i
. Pillow Cases. 9H»'. -9e to 39e uIIC i
Main r 100r —BOWMAN'S. | Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S.
; TOWELS Demonstration Weardiver Aluminum Cooking Utensils WALL
, . | Miss Sewright will explain to you the merits of Wear-ever Aluminum ! *
J • i during this week. The durability of Wear-ever Aluminum is becoming so A <
► O T" j) I popular that economical housewives are replacing the utensils that wear out T* IX r* H . J\
| Wyvvllll with modern wear-ever. •""" A
Free demonstration of baking and cooking every day during this week. i Some very special designs in this A
k "PftrOC : outgoing sale of wall papers.
► M | Domestic oat meal paper in
y ; \\y»\ | brown, green and tan, with fruit or
Unbleached Turkish Tow- 5 , \m ' couvention cut out borders, j j i
els—good, big si7.e, 11c value, Roll, . .. r 1 1 v*
► o.' , ,n. ,n- \\ lOc and , 2 i iC WaU p„.
Bleached INirmsli Towels— Q P«r. roU 4v2C <
1 ► individual si/.e, value, zf w „. . „ _ , „ . ,
Stnpes. floral effects and floral 4
* Huvk Towels embroidered edge. ._ l^ -< \\ ? Illl't*'ltHll'.iift stripes and many other neat and 4
V JO.- value. Wednesday. t V"" '"Uifef j artistic designs.
I half dozen. 1 .UL lHn» Fourth FIoor—BOWMAN'S.
and blue. $1 value. Special. JVC fISSfIL "T i __ ii <
■ y Bath Mats in pink, blue and I. |< O I ff| QnQ Qf| <
' '«lc la »T«M. SL ' Udillldludllj
" DEMONSTRATION SPECIALS <
y We have opened some of our new —————————— You will not be satisfied Ull- «
uul pretty I'owels that we held back Demonstration yj 3 'J" eoe Wear-ever Aluminum Saucepan | ess vo „ see our I|(1 showing of .
* till we got 111 our new quarters. We _ Set consisting of 1, m and 2 %-quart Sauce- ~ '. v . 7 , 4
► can give you the finest line of Turk TO-mOTrOW pans. Regular price $1.60. Special qq , Men h anil \ onng Mens
ish towels and Face Cloths in the Pot Roasting without Demonstration Sale price VOC lliaoaailS at
* city; heavy quality, large (- water. 4-quart Wear-ever Aluminum Windsor Ket- I . 4
►si e Turkish Towel for . Koastiug Apples in tie. Regular price $1.30. Demon- QP, $7.50, SIO,OO, $12.50, $15.00 4
. roaster on top of stove. stratiou Sale price VOC
► Main Floor —BOWMAN'S. Third FIoor—BOWMAN'S. 4
New Bloomtield. were week end visitors :
Clyde Cook. of Waynesboro, is
spending some time with his parents
.1. W. Xlatler speu> Sunday with Mr.
ami M s. Daniel Dunkle ami family at
Miss Man White, of Glen Vale.
< 'eut over Sunday with Miss Evelyn |
Bitner at Covallen.
Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Feustemacher!
ar.d son were guests of friends in j
M.nrysvi ;e Sunday.
The Standard novelty works have
gone on nine-hour davs and live davs a
Farewell Ovation Tendered the Rev. B.
D. Kaiohn Last Evening
New Cumberland. Oct. 20.—A fare ,
well ovation was tendere i the Rev. B
D. Rajohn and family last evening. The.
Rev. Mr. Ra.john has been the pastor of 1
Trinity United Brethren church the past!
three years, and has a host of friends i
here not only in his own congregation j
but in the town. The social room of
the church was prettily decorated, red j
aud white being the color scheme.'
Potted plants and flowers were also
used ii the decorations. N. F. Reed,'
one of the prominent members, had se 1
cured the New Cumberland bani. 1
which discoursed fine music during tne
evening. About tive hundred person'
were present among which was all the
ministers of the different churches in
town. Harry Prowell was ma«ter of!
ceremonies. The program was as fol
lows: Piano duet. Misses Elizabeth
Smaling and Grace Switzer; prayer, the
Rev. S. N. Good; address. Dr. J. H.
Voung; recitation. Miss Mary Malone;
address, the Hev. J. V. Ailams. pastor i
of M. E. church; solo. Mr. Entry: ad !
iress, the Rev. S. N. Good, pastor of'
Church of God; reading. Miss Helen
l.e Inhaler: address, the Rev. A. G.I
Wolf, uastor of St. Paul's Lutheran!
church; address, the Rev. J. R. Hutchi-;
son, a retired U. B. minister; response,!
the Rev. B. I). Rajohn, who in his re-!
marks said In- greatly appreciated the'
good fellowship of the people. The!
Rev. Mr. Ra.john and family left to-dav I
for their new home at \ ohe, York coun -
ty. After the program was rendered I
refreshments were served to all.
A very delightful surprise party was
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark, j
Geary avenue, Saturday evening in I
honor of their daughter Fay's ninth;
birthday. The evening was spent in
social games. Refreshments were served I
to the following guests: Helen Cripple, j
Anna Coover, Pav Opmyer. Evelyn
Freeburn, Elizabeth Gardner, iMiriam j
Freeburn, Lillian Kitzmiller, Zora Pack
er, Ethel Strickner, Sara Sciiell, F.;hel|
Davis, Lillian Taylor, Annie Osier,
Mary Goodyear. Edith Fager. Georgian
na Hiehcreek. Donald Voglesong, Mr.
I and Mrs. 1* F. Cripple, Mrs. Voglesong. l
Miss Edith Cripple, Mrs. Cecil Cripple.
Luther Apniyer, Mr. and Mrs. L. 11.
Cripple. Mr. and Mrs. Clnrk. Miss Fay;
| received a number of pretty an 1 useful j
Mrs. Samuel Noll, of Newport, is a !
j guest of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Ebv §
i at Elkwood.
Mrs. Mary Gracey, of Walnut Bot i
torn. daughter. Mrs. Ella Heinperly \
and daughter. Fay, of t hieago, were
j week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. K'.rk !
Wire. Third street.
Miss Grace Switzer is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Whisler at Lewistown. j
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. S. Shaffer an i the
Rev. Mr. aud Mrs. D. B. Rajohn mo-j
tored to Fort Hunter on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Sipe, of Newj
i Cumberland, and Mr. and Mrs. Oliveri
Sipe. of Bowmansdale, returned vester !
day from a visit to friends in Phila \
Miss Euphemia Mover and her guest,!
: Miss Minnie Ernst, of Ailentown, at '
! tended a meeting of the T. B. G. Club j
; in Harrisburg last evening.
The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wolf, j
of West Fairview, called on friends j
j here yesterday.
Funeral of Jacob Nissley Was Held
Middletown, Oct. 20.—The fnueral
of the late Jacob Nissley was held
from the home of his daughter. Mrs.
S. C'. Peters, yesterday morning with
services at 10 o'clock. Those who at-[
tended from out-of-town were as fol-j
I lows: Dr. .1. C. Nissley and wife,'
Brooklyn; David Nissley. Linglestown;
I. B. Nissley. Hummelstown; Warren
Nissley and Miss Rebekah Nissley, j
Mrs. William Meeii
anicsburg, and Mrs. W. Fraizir, Har-j
| risburg. The pallbearers were S. C.!
i Peters, Frank and John Xissley, Leon !
j ard Nissley, David Nissley and Frank
. Nissley. The Rev. Puller Bergstresser.
pastor of St. Peter's Lutheran church,!
! officiated. Interment was made in the
| Middletowu cemetery.
The Rev. Dr. W, Q. Bennett, of j
I Philadelphia, is the guest of the Rev.
and Mrs. W. R. Ridington for several,
| days and will lecture in the M. E. :
j church this evening on "How to Deal I
With a Foreigner in Our Midst."
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shurtz, of Har-:
! risburg, spent Sunday and Monday in '
, town as the guest of the latter'g "par :
ents. Mr. and Mrs. John Heininger.!
j Susquehanna street.
Jacob Singer, of Williamsport, spent
Sunday in town as the guest of rela-1
j lives. He was accompanied by Mrs.]
Singer where they will go to house
! keeping. Mr. Singer is manager of a,
i large clothing store at that place.
1. H. Doutrich is transacting busi
ness at Chicago.
Mrs. Edward Mavberrv, ol' El.vria.
i N. V.. is visiting friends in town for;
D. A. Yingst, of Elizabetown, spent:
1 Sunday in town.
J. C. Beachler is ill at his home on j
| Ann street.
| 'The Kev. .1. Zimmers, of Evans, C 01. ,!
is the guest of the Kev. Puller Berg
| stresser and wife, for several days.
Luther Nauss, William Cray, jGeorge ;
| Davis and Leonias Coble, who spent j
| Saturday and Sunday at Dauphin hunt-;
■ ing for chestnuts, succeeded in gather- i
ing over two bushels.
Joseph Davis, who spent the past]
j several days in town, returned on Sun-'
! day to Baltimore. Md.
! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Root, of Quar
i rvville, are tiie guests of the latter's
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Hatz, for
j several days.
The three fire companies of town,
I are contemplating holding a parade on
j the evening of Thanksgiving Day and
• all efforts will be put forth to make it
j quite an affair.
j K. R. McCord is having tho front of
j his place of business repainted.
AV. V. Lutz, the barber, is on the
; sick list.
Daniel Palmer. .lr„ is ill at his home
on South Wood street.
Frank Roberts and Mabel Eppley Unit
ed In Marriage
| Marysville, Oct. 20.—Albert Adams
; shot a large groundhog, weighing eight
j pounds, in the varii at his home on
I South Main street Saturday.
| Linn Lightner. a Freshman at Frank
lin and Marshall College, spent the
week end with his parents, Dr. and
| Mrs. H. O. Lightner.
Samuel S. Leibv spent last week
with James B. Lei'by at Newport.
Alton Lick, a Sophomore at Frank
j lin and Marshall College, spent the
I week-end with his parents, Mr. and
i Mrs. Simon Lick.
j Mr. and Mis. Scott Leiby, of this
place, spent last week with relatives in
Frank Roberts anil Miss Mabel Ep
| pley were united in marriage by the
' Rev. L. Flii-kinger, of this place, on
j Saturday. They left on a honeymoon
trip to Niagara Falls.
The man who is always advising
! others to keep cool hasn't time to do
RECEPTION TO CANDIDATES
Harrisburg Republican Club Will Greet
Local Nominees on the Ticket
: The Harrisburg Republican- < lub will
tender « reception to the local candi
j dates on tiie Republican ticket at the
I club house, 16 North Second street, to
j morrow evening. Congressman Krei-
I der. Representative Wildman and Josh
' ua W. Swartz will make addresses.
The Democrats of the Thirteenth
i ward organized a large Palmer-McCor
[ mick club last night at 1931 Derry
j street and elected the following ofti
| cers: J. A. Parthemore, president; Guv
I Shepley, first vice president; Charles
I Baker, second vice president; R. C.
j Lutz, secretary; J. < . Matter, Charles
Baker. John Lutz. Irving Matter and
! Hugh Cover, members of executive com
! mitiee. Addresses were made by Wil
j liam Burgoon, Jesse J. Lybarger and
j Scott Beidleman.
i The Ninth Ward Palmer-Mo Cor mick
! Club met at 1410 Market street and
heard addresses from Edward Moeslein
! and B. Frank Nead. The Eleventh
j Ward Palmer-McCormick < lub had a
; big meeting at Garland's hall, where
speeches were made by John A. Mar
shall, candidate for the Legislature,
and Lewis X. Neiffer.
A Washington party rally at Le
movne last uight attracted' a large
crowd of Bull Moosers. William BeaJ
, presided and addresses wore made bj
l John H. Kreider, A. ii. Bierbowerv
I Frank Weakley, Harry Hert'zler and
Dr. C. E. W'ogan.
I Republican meetings were held at
, Bachmansville and Hockersville last
I night, at which Senator E. E. Beidle
man. District Attorney Michael E.
Stroup and John C. Nisslev, candidate
for Assembly, were the principal
This evening there will be a Repub
lican rally at Oberlin, at which Earl
| Renn will be one of the speakers. Mr.
1 Renn will also speak at a Republican
rally at Middletown on' Saturday night.
I To-morrow evening Republican meet
| ings will be held at W'altonville, Hum
melstown and Fort Hunter, to be ad'
; dressed by Congressman Kreider ami
( Senator Beidleman.
To-night Washington party meetings
i will be held Penbrook and Sixth and
Maclay streets, the Legislative candi
j dates being the principal speakers. To
morrow night a meeting will bo held at
i The < entral Democratic Olub will
■ meet on Thursday evening to make
final arrangement* for the trip to Read
! iug on Friday, when a special train will
! carry 200 members to the Berks city
I to join the Palmer-McCormick proces